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Mocky 04-18-2016 09:53 AM

I am...
 
starting a new one. Hopefully this one doesn't take 8 years to hit 2000 posts :rofl:



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Scooterboy 04-18-2016 10:00 AM

...loving this weather! :cool:

pgarratt 04-18-2016 01:28 PM

...sore from a 10 mile race yesterday.

Scooterboy 04-18-2016 02:43 PM


Originally Posted by pgarratt (Post 23941953)
...sore from a 10 mile race yesterday.

Next time drive! :tipwink:

sstc08 04-18-2016 04:52 PM

... feeling great after driving the s2k today. Great weather in Cincinnati!

t777jb 04-18-2016 06:07 PM

...frustrated. Who has a 23 mm wrench in their toolbox? I got the car up on the jackstands to change the diff. fluid and and the socket is too long and won't fit. I went to the auto parts store - no 23 mm wrench. Home Depot has 22, 24, 25,, 27 - no 23 mm wrench. Fail - fluid unchanged. Good news - I did try the fill plug before the drain plug.

BlueBarchetta 04-18-2016 06:58 PM


Originally Posted by t777jb (Post 23942235)
...frustrated. Who has a 23 mm wrench in their toolbox? I got the car up on the jackstands to change the diff. fluid and and the socket is too long and won't fit. I went to the auto parts store - no 23 mm wrench. Home Depot has 22, 24, 25,, 27 - no 23 mm wrench. Fail - fluid unchanged. Good news - I did try the fill plug before the drain plug.

Pretty sure you don't wanna come all the way to Cleveland to borrow one. However I'm thinking ours is craftsman, not snap on, or anything like that. Maybe call local Sears. Also pretty sure we have a short socket that's works

t777jb 04-19-2016 04:06 AM


Originally Posted by BlueBarchetta (Post 23942270)

Originally Posted by t777jb' timestamp='1461031645' post='23942235
...frustrated. Who has a 23 mm wrench in their toolbox? I got the car up on the jackstands to change the diff. fluid and and the socket is too long and won't fit. I went to the auto parts store - no 23 mm wrench. Home Depot has 22, 24, 25,, 27 - no 23 mm wrench. Fail - fluid unchanged. Good news - I did try the fill plug before the drain plug.

Pretty sure you don't wanna come all the way to Cleveland to borrow one. However I'm thinking ours is craftsman, not snap on, or anything like that. Maybe call local Sears. Also pretty sure we have a short socket that's works

Thanks Rick. Cleveland is kind of a haul to borrow a wrench. I ordered one for $8 on ebay. Finding the time and the will to dig into that project again will probably take a while, but at least I'll have all the right tools next time.

JHo 04-19-2016 04:31 AM


Originally Posted by t777jb (Post 23942520)

Originally Posted by BlueBarchetta' timestamp='1461034706' post='23942270
[quote name='t777jb' timestamp='1461031645' post='23942235']
...frustrated. Who has a 23 mm wrench in their toolbox? I got the car up on the jackstands to change the diff. fluid and and the socket is too long and won't fit. I went to the auto parts store - no 23 mm wrench. Home Depot has 22, 24, 25,, 27 - no 23 mm wrench. Fail - fluid unchanged. Good news - I did try the fill plug before the drain plug.

Pretty sure you don't wanna come all the way to Cleveland to borrow one. However I'm thinking ours is craftsman, not snap on, or anything like that. Maybe call local Sears. Also pretty sure we have a short socket that's works

Thanks Rick. Cleveland is kind of a haul to borrow a wrench. I ordered one for $8 on ebay. Finding the time and the will to dig into that project again will probably take a while, but at least I'll have all the right tools next time.
[/quote]

I was about to suggest Amazon Prime or ebay. I have one in Marysville, but honestly, easiest to just order the strange tools online and skip the running around hassle.

NeutralSteer 04-19-2016 05:01 AM


Originally Posted by t777jb (Post 23942235)
...frustrated. Who has a 23 mm wrench in their toolbox? I got the car up on the jackstands to change the diff. fluid and and the socket is too long and won't fit. I went to the auto parts store - no 23 mm wrench. Home Depot has 22, 24, 25,, 27 - no 23 mm wrench. Fail - fluid unchanged. Good news - I did try the fill plug before the drain plug.

Ah really good to know. I was planning on changing mine this weekend and don't have a 23mm wrench either. :o


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